The Mountain House High Girls Varsity Basketball season officially got underway with their Foundation Game on Monday November 19, 2018 with a 51-32 victory over the Millennium High Falcons.
Mustangs senior point guard Andrea Garcia set the pace with 18 pts, 4 assists and 4 rebounds in 20 minutes on the court.
Junior forward Kayleen Ramos- 6 pts, 5 rebs
Sophomore guard Maya Gorman – 6 pts, 5 rebs
Senior Taylor Tameta-Arenas – 2 pts, 7 rebs.
Junior Ariana De La Cruz – 2 pts, 8 rebs.
This year’s squad will give fans a fresh look at the junior and sophomore class who will carry the Mustangs the next few years. Natalia Raygoza-Moore, Katelyn Larson, Kayleen Ramos, and Ariana De la Cruz lead a junior class that will carry the torch the next two years.
Sophomores Maya Gorman, Reilyn Ursal and Denise Tungol will be looked to contribute at the guard and forward positions, as well as set the seed in establishing the program’s next generation.
The anchor of this team will be this year’s senior class, led by 3x Trans Valley All-League guard Andrea Garcia. Already the school’s all-time leader in scoring and assists, Andrea looks to make an impact in the school’s new league, The Western Athletic Conference (WAC), and provide leadership for the team as they navigate through the new league.
Lindsay Webb, last year’s JV Head Coach, is now the Varsity Assistant Coach. Reno Ursal returns for his 5th year at the helm of the Girls Varsity program.